BBC Radio 4: A Good Read (2022)Suzannah joined presenter Harriett Gilbert and guest Katie Thisleton to discuss their choices of a good read.
BBC Radio 4: Any Questions? (2022)Suzannah joined Vernon Bogdanor, Robert Hardman, and Linda Yueh to reflect on the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The discussion was chaired by Victoria Derbyshire.Credits Produced by Beth Sagar-Fenton Editor: Colin Paterson
BBC Radio 4 Front Row (2020, 2012)Suzannah has been on Front Row twice. With Stig Abell, in 2020, she announced the winners of the year's Costa Awards. In 2012, she reviewed the exhibition, The Lost Prince: The Life and Death of Henry Stuart.
BBC Radio 4: You're Dead to Me (2020)Suzannah joined presenter Greg Jenner and comedian Cariad Lloyd to talk about The Witch Craze, in which thousands of innocent women (and men) died.Credits Produced by Dan Morelle A Muddy Knees Production for BBC Radio 4
BBC Radio 4: Great Lives (2020)For her choice of a great life, Suzannah picked C.S. Lewis, the author of the Narnia Chronicles. The programme was hosted by Matthew Parris and Suzannah was joined as a guest by the priest-poet Malcolm Guite.The programme received a very...
BBC Radio 4: Woman's Hour (2019)Suzannah joined Jenni Murray on Woman's Hour to discuss her new book, The Voices of Nîmes, talking about her research to uncover the lives, behaviours and attitudes to love, sex, and marriage of ordinary 16th- and 17th-century French...
BBC Radio 4: The Invention of Britain (2019)Suzannah was a guest contributor to Misha Glenny's four-part series reflecting on the story of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales.Credits Produced by Miles Warde
BBC Radio 3:Proms Plus (2019)Professor Suzannah Lipscomb and Dr Thomas Waters explored witchcraft, witch-trials, and the image of the witch. They are interviewed by Dr Fern Riddell.Credits Produced by Luke Mulhall
BBC Radio 3:Free Thinking (2019, 2015)In 2019, Prof. Suzannah Lipscomb was interviewed by Prof. Rana Mitter about her book, The Voices of Nîmes, which uses the evidence of 1,200 cases brought before the consistories – or moral courts – of the Huguenot church of...
BBC Radio 3: Essential Classics (2017) Suzannah shared her favourite works of classical music with presenter Rob Cowan.
BBC Radio 4:Today (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015)In January 2016, she spoke to Sarah Montague and Anna Eavis of English Heritage about historic anniversaries and the dangers of turning people off history.
BBC Radio 3:The Essay (2009)In this programme, 'Henry, King of Kings', Suzannah explores the thesis of her book, 1536: that it was a year of betrayal and injury, from a serious wound in a joust that influenced his health for the rest of his life, to the execution of...